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A few chances for rain this week

A frontal boundary will remain near our region

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An area of high pressure will be present across the region as we start off the work week, and this will work to keep things fairly quiet. However, the cold front that moved through our region on Sunday has not gone very far, and it is actually moving slowly as a warm front across the Dakotas.

A quick-moving disturbance may try to move along the northern edge of the warm front on Tuesday, and this may bring some isolated rain showers and thunderstorms back into our region during the day on Tuesday.

An area of low pressure attached to this frontal boundary will begin to move into northern Minnesota by Wednesday. This will cause the warm front to lift over our region ahead of an approaching cold front. This will bring additional chances for rain showers and thunderstorms into the region for Wednesday. Afterward, things will quiet down a little bit, but there is a possibility that another system may arrive by the weekend.

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